Mayyah Ibrahim - Profile
Q: What did you study at Brunel University London Pathway College?
A: Foundation in Life Sciences
Q: What will you study at Brunel University London afterwards?
A: Biomedical Sciences (Human Health) BSc (Hons)
Q: How did you find studying your course Brunel University London Pathway College and Brunel?
A: I am 19 years old and I’m a home student at Brunel University London Pathway College. This is a foundation year college, where we do a foundation year. In my first semester at life sciences, I did biology, chemistry and maths. And in my second semester, we done research skills and critical thinking which helps prepare us for writing essays when we are at first year of university, which for me will be into biomedical sciences for human health.
Brunel University London Pathway College as a whole, doesn’t make you feel like you’re not in the same university with everything. The admissions process is really easy, within two days of me calling in, I had my application sorted out, student finance sorted out and got my timetable. So I didn’t miss out on any of my classes.
The student life at Brunel is really good and at Brunel University London Pathway College. They make you feel very included and organises trips to Hampton court, which is a experience for a student.